Agbeyewa Farms Limited creates jobs, supports ICT growth in Ekiti State

In its quest to ensure job security and promote Information and Communication Technology-ICT in Ekiti State, Agbeyewa Farms Limited, an indigenously owned company presented portable computers to members of the legislative arm of the state Government. Mr. Dapo Oriola, the Executive Director of Community Engagement of Agbeyewa farms made the presentation at the Ekiti State Governor’s Office, Ado Ekiti. Hon Taju Akingbolu, who represented the Speaker of Ekiti State House of Assembly, expressed the gratitude of the legislatures to the group and assured them of the commitment of the Assembly to enacting laws that would continue to make the state conducive for investment.

L-R; Akingbolu, Ibitola, Oriola

The Ekiti State Governor, represented by its chief of staff, Mr. Tolu Ibitola lauded Agbeyewa farms for its gesture and used the occasion to call on other sons and daughters of Ekiti State to support government in her efforts to empower its citizens by creating jobs.  The Governor further lauded plans by Agbeyewa group to establish a $63 million cassava processing factory and other agricultural projects in the state.  He said the initiative would further open the state to job opportunities along the value chain system and strengthen the economy.

Agbeyewa laptop presentation

Agbeyewa Farm Limited is dedicated to prospering the continent of Africa through technology that enables farmers and traders to achieve large scale operations. 

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